Here she is in 2001, having a laugh with then Lib Dem MP Richard Allan, in a game of musical chairs.
It was the 40th anniversary of the Pre-School Learning Alliance.
Shadow Education Secretary, Theresa May lands in the lap of Richard Allan, Lib dem MP for Sheffield Hallam as they tussle for a seat during a game of musical chairs.
In 2016 she was a presenter at the Women of the Year Awards.
May had the honour of presenting the Special Award to Margaret Aspinall on behalf of all the families of the survivors of the Hillsborough disaster.
Prime Minister Theresa May congratulates Margaret Aspinall, who won the Special Award on behalf of the Hillsborough families, on stage at the 2016 Women of the Year Lunch & Awards, at the InterContinental London Park Lane, London.
As Home Secretary, May had worked with the Hillsborough Family Support Group (chaired by Aspinall).
When May was appointed Prime Minister in July 2016, Aspinall told the Liverpool Echo
Everything she has promised us she has fulfilled.
We’ve met her predecessors and no one, apart from Alan Johnson, listened to us at all.
When we got a Conservative government we didn’t know how things would pan out but she has done even more for us than she said she would.
Margaret Thatcher was an absolute disgrace as a Prime Minister and I’m not scared to say that.
Theresa May has more compassion and is a more caring and thoughtful person.
And here she is in March 2017, waving at a group of children.